Los Angeles: Open Horizons, October 1971. First Edition, First Printing. Paperback (19.5 x 13.3cm); pp. (4) 180 (4); soft card covers with picture of the band on the front and Cohen on the back. Signed by Michael Allsup on the front cover, and the other band members inside front cover and on the half title: Dan Hutton, Cory Wells Cuck Negron and Skip Konte. Negron and Hutton's signatures almost on top of each other.
Corners rubbed, some scuff marks on the back cover. Very good. Item #1291
Three Dog Night was an American band in the 1960s and 1970s. It apparently took its name from an Australian term for a very cold night, when one must sleep with three dogs to keep warm. The band had a succession of 21 hit singles, including eleven Top Ten hits, and twelve consecutive gold albums from 1969-1975. "Joy to the World" was the group's biggest hit in 1971. HUTTON (b. 1942), WELLS (1942-2015), and NEGRON (b. 1942) shared lead vocals. ALLSUP (b. 1947) was a guitarist and KONTE (b. 1947) a keyboardist. Three Dog Night broke up in 1976, but reunited in 1981. Joel Cohen was the band's manager.
Provenance: Private collection, Brisbane.